As more companies weigh moves to the cloud, vendors have latched onto the “hybrid” label as a sales tool.
Berlin’s Waymate has learned a few lessons since going live earlier this year, chief among them the fact that users need a transport comparison and booking service more for urban situations than for long-distance travel.
Some of the hottest names in technology startups can attribute some of their success to Benchmarks’ Peter Fenton, who has backed Twitter, New Relic (see New Relic’s CEO Lew Cirne at Structure:Europe next week), and Zuora. With Twitter and New Relic expected to go public soon Benchmark is about to reap what Fenton has sown, according to this Bloomberg profile of the man.
Hoffman, a doctor who co-founded the company to help with cancer research, is leaving after ten years.
Google acknowledges new data encryption plan to mitigate PRISM-provoked privacy fears; Aaron Levie sounds off and more in the week in cloud.
It’s not just U.S. companies such as Pinterest, Netflix and every SaaS startup under the sun that are running on cloud infrastructure. There are a lot of major European companies and organizations using cloud computing, too. Many of them will be at Structure: Europe.
New Relic, on track to $100M in revenue next year, is the prototypical startup success story. CEO Lew Cirne shares some secrets of its success.
Cloud Sherpas acquires London-based Stoneburn Software Services to bolster its Google and Salesforce.com application integration business.
On this week’s show we talk about Structure Europe, get heebie jeebies over social media stalking and listen to the always entertaining Box CEO, Aaron Levie.
Bam! The Summer holidays are over. And the East London tech startup scene is back to work, making deals, raising money and throwing parties.